A common sight in the Galapagos is the Galápagos marine iguana, which can be seen in large numbers basking on the seashore.
The Sally Lightfoot crab is a common sight in the Galapagos. I observed several clinging to rocks as waves splashed over them. A slow shutter speed emphasised the movement of the water.
The Galapagos Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis urinator) an endemic species and common resident of the Galapagos.
The Galapagos Islands provides landscape as well as wildlife photography opportunities. A step by step guide to achieving a pleasing black and white panorama
The Lava Gull, or Larus fuliginosus, is found only in the Galapagos. It’s believed that there are only about 400 pairs left in the wild.
The Galapagos giant tortoise, is the world’s largest living tortoise and has 10 sub species surviving in the wild distributed on 7 of the Galapagos …
These fellows really do look like something out of a B grade movie….SONS OF GODZILLA!!
Think I’m ugly, have you looked in a mirror lately? The land iguana of the Galapagos Islands can often be seen basking on rocks or sheltering under cactus
a true silhouette, with strong back-lighting, the dynamic range of the image is too great to get both pleasing highlights and shadow detail.